Added by Admin on May 23, 2012|Updated on May 24, 2012
Stretching over 3.5 kilometers, Shantang Street is a 1,500-year-old street that lines one of Suzhou’s many canals, connecting Changmen Gate and Tiger Hill.
Shantang Street was built by Bai Juyi, a famous poet in the Tang Dynasty, and became prosperous in the Song Dynasty. With many private gardens, old bridges and old architecture, it was the largest business street. Now, there are many old shops, restaurants and teahouses on Shantang Street, making it a popular area for locals and tourists.
Feb 24 - Feb 24 | Shantang Street | Free
To welcome the God of Fortune, a tradition observed on the fifth day of the first month in the Chinese calendar, a tour will be organized to let you sample Suzhou snacks, visit some famous sites along Shantang Street, and take a cruise on t...